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  • Audio CD (30 Sept. 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Live, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Decca Pop
  • ASIN: B000002GG7
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 251,874 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Shake
  2. Come On Children
  3. You'd Better Believe It
  4. It's Too Late
  5. One Night Stand
  6. What'cha Gonna Do About It
  7. Sorry She's Mine
  8. Own Up Time
  9. You Need Loving
  10. Don't Stop What You're Doing
  11. E Too D
  12. Sha-La-La-La-Lee
  13. Shake (French Ep Version)
  14. Come On Children (French Ep Version)
  15. What'ch Gonna Do About It (French Ep Version)
  16. Own Up Time (Extended Version)
  17. E Too D ( French Ep Version )

Product Description

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Along with The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and The Who, The Small Faces remain one of the most pervasively influential bands of the British beat boom. This, their fine, nervy debut album, gives a fair idea why. Lead singer Steve Marriott bought to the band a theatrical cool developed as a child actor, and a terrific throaty voice. This album, while some way short of the classic the band would deliver in 1968 (in the shape of Ogden's Nut Gone Flake), has its moments, chiefly the raw rhythm & blues workouts "I Got Mine" and "Hey Girl." --Andrew Mueller

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Format: Audio CD
Ogden's Nut Gone Flake may be the album that the Small Faces are best remembered for but this debut long player on Decca Records is awesome. This is probably the closest to what the band actually sounded like live at the time with extending jamming on some tracks and the influences such as Booker T Jones and Steve Cropper clearly evident. Superb.
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The Small Faces were one of the most successful bands of the 60's even though they never made it big in America. This is their debut album and the only one on this label. The album is a mixture of American R & B and soul music but the few covers on the album throw in straight forward blues and jazz influences. It marks the the beginning of the now legendary songwriting partnership of Steve Mariott and Ronnie Lane. Marriott also proves his voice has the power and style to match any other frontman of the era. From the typical sixties sounding pop of Sha-La-La-La-Lee to the Who esque thumping of E too D every song is a classic. Basically it's a step by step guide to living in 1966 and, most importantly, it's a step by step guide to being a Mod.
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Format: Audio CD
The 40th Anniversary of this album certainly lives up to expectations although some reviews say the bonus tracks are only available on French Ep's. The French Ep's are exactly the same versions as the official UK releases. However, it is only a slight mistake. Some of the bonus tracks here actually appeared on a FRENCH LP released in the 70s. This album is well worth getting though as the sound quality is outrageously good. Not to be missed!!
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In an era that was hardly short of great artists, the Small Faces still stand out. They had it all, style, taste and above all class. This debut encapsulates them at their blistering best; Marriott's supreme, passionate vocals and McLagan's organ playing giving them a highly distinctive sound. For less than five quid this is a must have and this must surely rank as one of the finest and most conistent debut albums of the sixties. A must own for all MOD and British Beat fans.
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Format: Audio CD
A brilliant, vibrating album. On CD it's even better when you don't have to listen to Deccas inbuilt mumble as on vinyl. Great and a classic mod album It has everyting; the sound, the attitude and the force. That is in common with the Whos 1st album My Generation. A truly classic- don't miss it
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Format: MP3 Download
Raw blues, r&b, rock and roll. Still sounds good and is not blighted by the psychedelic songs they would produce in the late sixties. A great mod album on par with the début album from The Who.
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Format: Audio CD
It took me at least 12 years for me to eventually get this on vinyl now probably worth 100 quid.This is the debut album ,on cd ,of the small faces.Very much like one great jam session this does have inclings of thngs to come from the faces cos to me they sounded like every recording session was a party. Note' you need loving 'which is said by alot of people the song Zepplin stole to arrive at 'whole lotta love ' which is rubbish cos both were ripped off an old blues number.Marriott himself said he hated doing the poppy 'shalalala lee'because of the raunchy live blues act they used to do.If you are a small faces fan this is a must in your collection.
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